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because i wanted us to be more about a scenario like san francisco, where it is separated completely from everything else. as far as the primary, i was only looking at november of general elections. if you want me to look at the primaries, that would require me to go look at every other primary prior to that. there is a different type of voter turnout, so there is a little bit of a difference there. i do not think it ties -- over votes would be important for education purposes. i am not sure it is exactly there. but if the commission wishes to, i to do that. there was a comment about first and last round information. i did not want to make a decision. there were people coming at me from about sides. -- both sides. i inc. first-round and final round to allow people to compare the two. i did not want to get in the middle of that discussion. supervisor campos: anything else? >> i understand there were some comments made about how you looked at over votes or how many ballots being cast. i did get an e-mail about some of the concerns. i did look through all of those. they are not needed for th
-- as clear as you can, whatever president to help us figure out whether option one or two is the right way to go. >> [inaudible] >> you can make that argument. i understand. ok. beyond that, i think there would be open if you wanted to argue other issues in briefing but that is the primary one. how many pages do you think you need to make that point? >> that particular point? >> yes. >> you with the abstract -- you want the abstract, not the fact of the case? >> here is what else i was envisioning. it would be helpful if we had 30 minutes -- closing arguments to tie together for us so in the briefing i do not think we need to see it. if you want to brief it, i would not object if you agree. but what i need briefing on is this option. option one or option two. are their options the commissioner would like -- commissioners would like briefing on? >> i would be interested in two particular points on the same issue. if you could brief any legislative history on the charter amendment that included the second prong. that would be interested -- i would be interested in seeing. and whether you thi
, the exchanges between the governments and the companies between the two sides. as the largest economy in the u.s., california boasts the resources and a strong advantage in high tech, bio-science, agriculture, fisheries, and the forestry, and even tourism. and in terms of cooperation with china, california enjoys exceptional economic, cultural, and geographical locations and advantages. it is always is the gateway of the united states to china. as the economic and trade cooperation between china and the united states and california deepens, now we believe that trade and investment keeps growing. china is the third largest export destination for california. many multinationals like hp, intel, cisco, and chevron are doing well in china. they're making money in china. at the same time, as the close relationship is going on, many chinese companies are working in san francisco in california. i would like to name a few. the tsl, ciuts, just to name a few. these are successful chinese companies working here. as the american companies in china, the chinese companies working in california in san francisc
us four years to realize the error of our ways and move back here. it did the warriors 41 years. on a day when the city is excited about the basketball team coming back, we are thrilled to have the mayor here to help us open our san francisco office. thank you very much for all you have done. want to hand it over to you. [applause] >> congratulations. i wanted to come by. my staff let me know the background and history of this company, and i'm very excited for it and not only wish you success, but it is our success as well as the success of the city to have you here. you're so glad to join our friends at pg&e as well as the department of the environment. their staff. we have some past commissioners as well that have served in various capacities. we are excited about clean energy, and we are excited about the reason you started here. actually started back in virginia, but you came back to san francisco, and we are excited to have you here. the model you have about the ability to communicate with people, using the social media platform, and getting kind of a personal relationship
for is the focus of home administration on making sure that it was the strategy using the program that was wielding the outcomes that we want. i applaud that and i hope that all of us will join forces to collect the evidence to be able to focus the dollars where they can do the most good. >> to that point, andrew and then the second. >> stand up. >> i am a student and an intern, and i want to say that having a job is such a good -- in my junior year of high school, i was hired by a nonprofit organization. we had really good experiences. in a few weeks, i am going to major in political science have five years from now, i want to see more of it. >> i would tell you that every one of you has really contributed so much by way of conversation today and also by example. i hope we can incentivize other cities, locales, and other elected officials because we are all in this together. as a result of the, everyone adopting the vision that we can get it done has proven itself true. we still have an opportunity to boost the number for it. i am going to keep pushing the mayor and i will keep pushing all of our
everybody who has been part of the office -- process, but most of all, the public to give us direction in shaping this vision. i am excited to actually advance the vision in see some of these tough start getting into the ground. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you very much, ed. we look forward to working with sfmta and the sfcta to do the technical analysis required to make this vision into the kind of implemented all projects that the city can pursue. now i want to bring up howard levitt, the director of communication for the golden gate national recreation area, one of our most important federal partners. it gives you a sense of why spur ended up being involved, because it crosses jurisdictional boundaries, working with federal, state, and local agencies. they have been an amazing partner. welcome, howard. >> thank you very much. i am delighted to be here representing the men and women of the national park service here in san francisco. we are privileged to manage the western edge of this magnificent urban corridor, world class urban corridor. and, mayor lee, i appreciate y
email us at >> phyllis work to raise through college on the night testing shift and received a master's degree from harvard. after 50 she went to law school to receive for degree s in st. louis andta founded poun eagle forum to encouragectiv. edassroots to be politically phl active and led the tenuree and battle to defeat the gratification of the erahe amendment.ower she has books on politics, national defense, the courts and even a phonics textbook for children. lae book she has about now sch is called "no higher power" please welcome phyllis >> tnk you [applause] much,nd g >> there are a lot of good books about obama's but not o there was not one on the important issue that i calle on "no higher power" obama's war on religious freedom. barack obama said we are five days away from fundamentally transforming the united states. natn u few americans realize how radical that was in what he planned not merely to spread the wealth as he told joe the plumber but transform america from one nation in pledgeuide from our of allegiance to a totallyre secular country we can recognize n
the vatican versus u.s. nuns. this really is about the future of how we interpret the message of the second vatican council. >>> and islamic art, in present and former arab lands. >>> major funding for "religion & ethics newsweekly" is provided by the lilly endowment, an indianapolis based private family foundation, dedicated to its founders and christian religion, community development and education. additional funding provided by mutual of america, designing customized, individual and group retirement product. that's why we're your retirement company. the estate of william j. carter. the jane henson foundation and corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. thousands of political leaders, doctors and activists gathered in washington this week for the biannual international aids conference, held for the first time in the u.s. in more than 20 years. at a georgetown university summit timed to the conference, religious groups highlighted the role of faith-based efforts in combating the disease internationally. mega church pastor rick war
.4% in the second quarter. there's a surprise 2.2% jump in inflation. >> hsbc is to post a jump. >> u.s. investors are looking ahead to a busy week. >>> okay. so welcome to the first trading day of the week. we're weighted to the upside one hour in the trading session for europe. after of course big rallies on the last few trading sessions of last week. the ftse 100 down half percent last week but up 2% the last three trading days. up 4.68% in the last three trading days. ftse 100 up. dax up two-thirds. the ibex today up another 1.75%. italy has got an auction out this morning. the auction focusing on -- i was going to show you three. but we got five and ten years very much in auction as well. 5.97% is where the ten year is trading. auction last month, the yield was 6.19%, lower today. the italian five year trading 5.28 at auction last month they hit 5 policy 84. auctioning up to 5.5 billion. yields in spain remain at 6.649%. hundred basis points lower. ten year bunds up to 1.4%. treasuries hit a record low. big week with the fed and employment report and of course the ecb, bank of england as well
>> welcome to the "journal." >> welcome. >> here is what we have coming up. >> u.s. treasury secretary timothy geithner comes to germany to talk about the european crisis. >> no ending to the fighting in of 0h. france calls for an urgent meeting of the u.n. security council. >> it trial begins in moscow. a fight between the president and an all-female punk band. >> well, it is usually a playground for germany's rich and famous, but today it was the scene of high end diplomacy in the eurozone debt crisis. >> the u.s. treasury secretary swept into the north sea island to see his german counterpart wolfgang scheuble who is on vacation there. >> the markets are hoping that a game-changer in the crisis could be on the way. that is after mario draghi promised last week to do all it takes to stabilize the euro. >> germany's finance minister cannot of charlie's get the debt crisis during his summer break. u.s. treasury secretary timothy geithner called on wolfgang short life ensued, to urge germany to work together with other eurozone states to resolve the crisis and boost confidence
to be acceptable. dpw moved us to the middle of the adjacent block in did not require us to give notice, which is part of the reason why we find ourselves here today. we do not want to surprise anybody. i will tell you how we decided to go out and why we are surprised to be here now. >> may i have a copy of the hard copy? >> yes. i have five copies. mine has my notes. >> give him mine. i can see this well. >> there are double sided. we tried to save paper. what you can see are the two permits we have. you will notice that each of them have multiple locations attached to them. the reason why we have a variety of trucks, almost everyone is on our permit, the permit outside of this location, we may choose to work with hamburgers. we may choose to activate that space with a truck that sells hamburgers. as you will notice, we included all of the menus that we work with. we do not, we have not placed any of them that were mentioned -- i believe it is bacon bacon. we did not place any of them and will not place any of them in this location. because even though the appellant did not request us to have
'll be talking about youth and young adults in recovery. joining us in our panel today are tami bahr, assistant director, connections counseling, board member of recovery foundation, madison, wisconsin; jonathan katz, director, rita j. kaplan jewish community services, jewish board of family and children services, new york, new york; justin riley, at-large board member, faces and voices of recovery, seattle, washington; bridget ruiz, technical expert lead, division of systems improvement, jbs international, bethesda, maryland. bridget, 21.5 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds have an issue with illicit drugs. talk to me a little bit about that and what kind of drugs are they using. it is quite different than it was even 2 or 3 years ago. we see a huge increase in pharmaceutical drug use, not using it as prescribed. we also see an increase in alcohol use, and binge drinking is a serious problem, as well as some of the more legal types of drugs labeled as incense or those types of things in different smoke shops. and jonathan, does that hold true for what you are seeing in new york city? absolutely. w
. chinese hospital, needless to say is family to all of us. the new hospital is crucially important. we have many multi general specialty positions to have pledged their support for the new project. we will continue to serve these patients for many years to come. we will respectfully ask that you create the chinese hospital special use district. thank you. >> are there any other members of the public who wish to speak? seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues, i just want to say i really appreciated the staff walking me through the hospital. not only the old building, but the new work building. a building that is a couple blocks away. i see it as a tremendous community institution, and it really helped out to sea and on many generations of family have been born there. the children and grandchildren continue to support the community institution. i did not realize that 97% of the population are asian-pacific islander. it is not just any asian-pacific islander. it is the most -- is the most vulnerable better on metical -- medical. i know some are saying the building has historic signif
at the park all the time. this was used to hoist the firefighters up there so they could assist the folks that were stuck up on that ride 150 feet up in the air. this happened before a twist. riders were luckily stuck right up. a nerve racking two hour ordeal for these riders. six flags will investigate later today what caused the ride to stall out. is a spokesperson told us this was a computer programming issue. vallejo firefighters were called in yesterday afternoon. they used this crane to bring waters to the stranded riders. and while mechanics at the same time were working to restart the ride eventually everyone was brought back down safely to the ground and we talked with battalion chief that requires this crane to remain on site in case something like this happens. >> we arrived. we put the crane on site into place. we actually have done training with this in case the situation arose. >> reporter: none of the riders in the end were hurt. and the superman ride will remain closed for a thorough inspection here at six flags. it won't reopen until the problem has been identified and pr
gas? flammable. it goes, boom. it's important to shut this off. we use it for cooking, eating and hot water. there were 40,000 people that called pg and e about their gas. that means they call turned off their gas? did they need to do that? when do you have to? when there is a problem. how long did you think it takes pg and e to get out and turn it back on? 45,000 people. days weeks, may be a month. who has seen this in the streets. a lot of muck is in there is it's full of dirt and weeds you turn it to the right to tighten it and left to loosen it. your home work you have to look at your house, pop open the lid, look in there see what's going on in there it's not nice and clean like this. who has seen this around their house? everybody. each meter has a shut off. you want to find out where your gas meter is. you can keep track of your usage but you will know how to shut it off. here's the shut off. i have some tools up here, you can look at these. any hardware store has these. they fit on this and it allows you to turn off the gas. when we talk about the wheels it's these on
changes in their home already? yeah. we need a microphone. tell us what energy efficiency changes you have made in your home. >> well, i lowered my thermostat and replaced a lot of bulbs with compact floresents although i have trouble with the ones that are on dimmers i haven't found the bulbs for those yet. >> okay we can talk about that. anything else? >> i want to insulate i'm having trouble because my roof is very low and i can't figure out how to do it without replacing the roof. >> okay we can talk about that as well roof insulation is an effective use of capital resources for home improvement. we have to recognize that people have limited capital resources part of what we want to do today is talk about the reasonable priorities for your capital expenditures in your homes. anybody else done anything? >> over the years i replaced most of the lights with the comfact floresents. we had to have a roof replaced and at the same time we had blown in insulation put in. and just recently i did my windows and i contracted from regular double pane and the guy said i'll throw in 2 low e gla
of them are warrantied for up to 10 years. >> not all of us use heat in our homes but we almost all have hot water. hot water has a couple of problems. energy problems that are easy to resolve. the first thing is hot water heaters themselves are sitting there and producing heat all the time and they have something called stand by heat loss they are standing by waiting for you to use them and they are losing heat all the time. how do you reduce stand by heat loss? make sure the water heater is insulated. the put the big insulation blanket. one of the cheapest and easiest thing you can do. the hardware store sells them for 15 bucks? >> you tape them, they come with all the stuff. cheap and easy and high efficiency. the other thing you can do is insulate your water pipes. here's one time of many types of insulation. super easy, insulate all the hot water pipes you can readily get to in your garage or wherever your hot water heater is and insulated cold pipe within 5 feet of the hot water heater. the cold copper will conduct the hot water away from the hot water heater. the cold as well 5 f
it means so much to us. there will illegitimizes, for all of our partners, the value of what this means. >> thank you. >> let us turn now and hear from our young people. you first. just briefly. do not worry. your getting a great set of experiences here. one thing, as you think about moving on -- something you think away from that. secondly, what are your career aspirations? what you think you would like to do? >> i would like to take that multitasking -- michael, my manager, is here. i just heard a game. what is that? a look over to my e-mail. we are going to be communicating through e-mail. it was just like time management. it was a big thing for me. i am very organized. it really tests my skills. and another thing, as far as my future. i am going to university this coming fall, i believe in a week. i am majoring in business administrative and entertainment culture. i hope to not only graduate with a degree, but to have a job as well. >> thank you. >> is an gonzalez, from facebook. and want to follow up that it is great to hear you are pursuing an education in technology, particularly
. today we'll be talking about preventing, treating, and recovering from mental and substance use disorders within the context of the family. joining us in our panel today are frances harding, director, center for substance abuse prevention, substance abuse and mental health services administration, u.s. department of health and human services, rockville, maryland. dr. nancy young, executive director, children and family futures, irvine, california. erica asselin, family support specialist and medication-assisted treatment advocate, fresh start, square one, holyoke, massachusetts. dr. kim sumner-mayer, senior advisor, phoenix house center on addiction and the family new york, new york. fran, what is the definition of family within our society currently? that's a very good question. family has changed, the definition. we used to think of family as two parents living in a house with two children and probably a pet or two. now, we have a wide variety of families. we have families that are one parent, single parent, being raised by friends, being raised by grandparents, relatives of a
? >> reporter: the owner of a downtown d.c. jewelry store reached out to the media and provided us surveillance video from his store that captured an armed robbery june 9th. he thought he would contact us because he heard about the incident last friday. an arlington jeweler killed during an armed robbery. as you're about to see, the suspect in both cases looks similar. first, let's show you the d.c. robbery. a man wearing a reflective vest walked into benson's jewelers on f street and asked to see engagement rings. when the owner of the store turned his back, the man pulled the out a large gun and demanded jewelry. he didn't shoot the owner and got away with $20,000 worth of items and mostly diamond rings and look at surveillance images from the arlington case last friday. the police showed him wearing a reflective vest. he was buzzed into the store by the owner. wong's family said that is how he allowed customers inside the store and the 52-year-old was killed during this robbery. we spoke with ken stein, the owner of benson's in washington, d.c., and is trying to figure out why d.c. police di
-designed and made planes and wearing u.s.-designed footwear and this makes us all richer. >> it absolutely does. >> people don't get that. >> no, they don't. one could argue that the american uniforms were not manufactured in china, they were grown in a soy bean field in iowa. something we export to china is soy beans because we are incredibly productive in the soy bean market, we get more uniforms at lower prices. the chinese get more soy beans and they get higher wage, we get lower prices. everybody wins. >> if we insisted that everything be made in america, we would be poor? >> absolutely. >> a couple of other methods. over population, i was told that's why asia's poor and africa's poor. it's a big problem. >> yeah, the problem is not that there are too many people. the problem is that they don't have free markets itch they have bad governments that take their resources. one thing that opened my brain about it was to look at some of the population data. i heard that nigeria's poor because of over population, pakistan's poor because of over population. and look, nigeria, pakistan, they have 1
and jones and the building next to us is on jones. the alleys between the two buildings. when we go to get groceries, do people have this picture in their mind? when we get to get groceries, to bring them in the front door heap, we have to park the car in an illegal the sound, and look the cursor is, take them four stairs and the lobby of the building and go to the elevator. we used to be able to pull into the back alley. it is being contested and just open the door and there is a ramp to go to the elevator. it was a lot. for a person to deal with someone who is disabled as well as all the rest of parts of our life, it is a pain. if robert has trouble walking which his back has caused a lot of problems and walking is one of them, it is much better for him to go through the alley and there is -- the door that comes into the building there goes into the basement through a ramp. it is a sloping ramp. that would be the best way for him to go into the building if it -- if he comes to the point where he needs a wheelchair. we're sympathetic that there is a lot of problems. nobody is arguing abou
to stay at this high level of unemployment. keep up the good work. they are using mobile phones. they want to be notified on twitter and facebook. they want to be emailed. this is how it is happening today. they want to be pushed opportunity. they do not want to come back to the web sites. it is an interesting dynamic. one of the things i would ask the secretary to look at it is -- we have a government platform for municipalities. the funding for social media is almost nonexistent in the workforce development area. there are old-time job boards. when i go to see cory booker in the work, who bought a platform from us, they have to find money somewhere else. they wanted a social media solution. that is where everybody is searching for jobs. >> how islington thinking about this? -- how is linkedin, thinking about this? >> we are hiring 174 in terms this summer. thank god i am not looking for a job right now. i would not get a job, competing with you guys. [laughter] we also have a student jobs center, where we allow any corporation to post a summer internship or entry-level job for free. that
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am so upset. >> majority leader harry reid are upset the u.s. olympic committee brought uniforms made in china. >> i think they should take all of the uniforms put them in a pile and burn them. we have people in the textile industry that are desperate for jobs. >> yes, people are desperate for jobs. isn't it outrageous people need jobs we buy uniforms overseas? no actually it's stupid to learn about that. took me a long time to understand the concept. let me bring in an economist from stanford, university. why not worry about them sending work to other countries. >> the fundamental thing about trade it makes everybody better off. trade benefits allow others to benefit in trade. >> the uniforms could have been made by american workers. >> not the cost that makes sense. the problem with the united states we are so much better at so many different things quite honestly making garments is no longer the comparative advantage. >> i wouldn't call that a problem i would call it an advantage. those jobs being a seamstress are factory jobs that are not so pleasant. now even though those clothes
on american made plains and designed planes and they will be wearing u.s. defined footwear and this makes us all richer. >> yeah, it absolutely does. people don't get that. people don't. one can argue the american uniforms were not manufactured in china they were grown in a soybean field in china. something we export is soybean because we are productive in soybean. we get more uniforms at lower prices the chinese get soybeans they get higher wages we get lower prices everybody wins. >> if we insisted everything be made in america all of the olympic clothing we would be poor. >> couple other myths, over population. i was told that's why asia is poor that's why africa is poor. big problem. >> yes. the problem is there are not too many people. they don't have free governments they have bad governments who take their services. one thing that opened my brain about it was to look at some of the population data. i heard nigeria is poor because of over population. pakistan is poor because of over population. they have 174 people per swear mile 225 people per square mile. that's half of what the neth
of work. that is something i think all of us are learning. i run our department of labor and job-training programs. we know how important it is now, especially for our area and people, to understand it is not good enough anymore to have a ged. it has to be much more. we have to work in partnership with our industries. our industries want to have credentialed people. you are right on target about the new technology that is having an overlay effect on all of our jobs. even in blue-collar jobs like manufacturing, there is an overlap of technology that is immersed in this industry now, whether you are producing old widgets or new widgets. it all comes together. the basic premise is having a broad base of support -- math, science, engineering, critical thinking skills, and the ability to learn on the job. i am so happy about this initiative we are here today to celebrate, and the 5002. that deserves a round of applause. [applause] mayor, especially because we know, in these tough economic times -- in the last two years, we did not get the same amount of startup money we got in the rec
. david gobot from is there. betsy from youthworks is here. she is with - not giovanni. yes, with giovanni. andrew is here as well. that was pretty good. i did not see john. john did not make it. deputy alvarez from goodwill industries is here. knesha is to her left. as is monisha and chris, two more interns. this is someone from the department of youth and families. rhonda simmons, our director of work-force development, is also here with us. i did see a trend more -- see trent moore, phil ginsperbg, the direct picture of reparations and parks -- the director of rec and park. i do not see tony whitaker. jason eliot is in the back, from the mayor's office. the education and family services member is here. naomi kelly, our city administrator, is also with us. who did i miss? i know i missed somebody. >> donald leavitt. >> thank you so much. we also have someone from the department of youth and families. we have the director of neighborhood services in the back. [laughter] [applause] what we would like to do -- the mayor is going to make opening comments. we are literally goin
i want to bring in ed lavandara who is joining us from centennial, colorado. ed, walk us through the charges that he is faced with. >> sure thing, suzanne. essentially, james holmes has been charged with 142 criminal counts. 24 counts of first-degree murder and 116 counts of attempted murder, and essentially, that is doubled up on the number of victims inside of that movie theater. remember, 12 people killed an 58 people who were wound and taken to hospitals. now the legal reason behind that according to the paperwork we have received is that they were able to file double the charges on each of those victims, because number one, prosecutors say it was a planned attack, and premeditated and also because james holmes showed an extreme indifference towards the people he was killing, and that is that he did not matter who he was killing, but shooting indiscriminantly into the movie theater. because off that, that gives them the legal basis to file double the counts against james holmes. there is also one count of possessing explosives and one count which is a sentence enhancer becaus
on board when the car stopped on the rails. rescue screws ride engineers had to use a large dine get up to the passengers and work on the coaster car undercarriage. vallejo fire crews say no one needed any medical attention, and we could see the riders waving to people down below, seemingly in good spirits. we know that fire crews took up water and sun block because they were up there for two hours. in the end, the coaster car safely came down and we're told that all the passengers walked away unharmed. >> we raved, put the crane on site in place. we have actually don some training with this in case that's -- this situation arose. >> the fire commander tells us, since this is a new ride, they got a call from cal osha to actually have this train on site and to do some training just in case something like this happened, and they tell us that, because they had that training, this is an operation that went off pretty successfully. they had basically two options, try to unlook the undercarriage hoff the cars so it would coast down -- and that's what happened -- or pluck off each one of the p
one evening a month just for the rest of us to have a good time, the adults. >> absolutely. where can we find out what is coming up after dark? >> that is easy, exploratorium .edu/afterdark. >> thank you. thanks for watching supervisor chu: welcome to the budget and finance subcommittee. i'm joined by a chain kim and we will be joined by a supervisor avalos shortly. do you have any announcements today? >> please silent also phones and electronic devices. completed at speaker cards should be submitted to the clerk. items acted upon today will be on the supervisors agenda unless otherwise indicated. supervisor chu: would you please call item no. 1? >> international terminal equipment maintenance and operating agreement -- resolution approving the international terminal equipment maintenance and operating agreement between the san francisco terminal equipment company and the city and county of san francisco. >> i am with the san francisco airport. at that airport is seeking your approval of a new nine-year international terminal equipment, maintenance and operating agreement with san
the decree the president signed onto would give us another opportunity to bring in more youth that is right now disengage. now, there is hope. we are going to be committed to bringing them in. i want to thank everyone in the room. you will hear from the youth involved. you will hear from some of the agencies. it is a great start. it is a great time to be in san francisco. i want to thank you again for igniting a spirit around this. it is great work. >> thank you. [applause] >> thank you for being here. >> it does not take much for me to come back out to california. this is home. i want to say how proud i am to be here with you in san francisco. while i was raised in los angeles, we are only a stone's throw away. whatever happens in l.a. and san francisco, we are married. i have always used that, in terms of my professional career. mayor, i want to thank you for your leadership and enthusiasm. obviously, you have done tremendous work here. you have turned the unemployment rate, where it was so high. we know that some many families were suffering, and businesses were hurting, and people of al
. there are 3.7 million jobs available in the u.s. right now. whenever we can do to support the efforts -- the idea of investing more into jobs training, or supporting these jobs training programs, we want to be part of that. we have a unique position. we are spending more time looking at that mismatch of skills. what did that skills gap look like? how big is the gap? is it just the six week course? or is the gap larger the amount? we are having geographic and job function information. >> the other piece of that equation that we are thinking a lot about in san francisco -- once you have assessed a skills gap, you begin to work with the training components enabling those, whether they are higher ad or the non-profit sector. there are jobs that are current or coming. we are trying to build the continuing, so the gaps are assessed correctly, the training components are appropriate and adequate, and there are opportunities waiting. we have about nine minutes. here is what i am going to try to do. i am going to go to susan, and then to chris. i want to go down to glenn. we are going to finis
to external service using san francisco as a backdrop as they challenge their members to rise to new levels of leadership and service, be it resolved that the san francisco board of supervisors recognize aflac called the alpha -- alpha kappa alpha and commence their selection of san francisco as the setting to grow and grow these values and therefore be it further resolved that the san francisco board of supervisors declared july 24 through july 27 . this is co-sponsored by supervisor malia cohen. president chiu: supervisor has made a resolution. is there a second? do you have additional comments? supervisor cohen: i want to say thank you to supervisor avalos for bringing this forward and i would like to extend a greeting to the lovely ladies of aka, welcoming them to our great city. president to i would like to be added as a co-sponsor. is there any public comment? >> there is. i would like to remind you that i was visiting [unintelligible] and i noticed a lot of black women in town. last time i seen one he was from kentucky. when they said rosa parks and coretta martin was aka -- i was so
. >> it's not me, i'm representing the u.s. it's a different feeling. if you win, they raise the flag and play the anthem and stuff. it's you forric. >> reporter: it always ends with a hand shake. >> news edge at 11:00 starts now. >>> the edge begins in virginia tonight, where police are still searching for a killer. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm will thomas. arlington police say 52-year- old tommy wong was murdered inside capital jewelers friday afternoon during an armed robbery. they found his body yesterday after family members say he never came home from work. police aren't saying how he died, but have released photos of the suspect taken from security cameras. >> i hope they find him -- >> turn him in. >> could have taken what he needed from us and left our father alone. i wish that was the case. i'll give everything in the world to have him there. >> a source familiar with the investigation says the security video did capture the actual murder of wong. arlington police have gotten tips from the photos, but so far, no arrest. >>> u.s. park police have released a sketch of a man wanted
traffic flowing many people use this street you will have to do a reverse, so to speak. this will be happening with five-seven years because this central subway project is not expected to be completed until 2019 and it is not really 80 toward it is really expected to be called a new configuration. we will be back with more. that fog coming in fro traffic is very light right now. wow, look at this bed! this nightstand! this wardrobe! what are you doing here? you're in ikea. my dream bedroom is in ikea? yes. what's that bedroom over there? that's your husband's dream bedroom. whatever your style, take home your dream bedroom together. ikea. the life improvement store. dollars per day the u.s. postal service is facing a crisis. if congress does not act by this wanted the service could default on a $5.5 billion bailout from the federal government. the sluggish recent processing plants has cost this cut back. they want to reduce the amount of money set aside for pensions and health benefits. >> the that is modernization, is just not need to be as quick as necessary. >> the u
. since then he has been held in jail in isolation. jim spellman is joining us from centennial, colorado, and no cameras in the courthouse for today's hearing and tell us why first of all and walk us through what we expect to happen. >> sure. this hearing is under way right now, suzanne. no cameras in the courtroom and the judge decided before last week's hearing that in the early portion of the proceeding he would allow a camera for the initial appearance and the arraignment that should come in a couple of days. there is a sketch artist in there and full of reporters including cnn's eddie lavendara who will come down as soon as we know what is going to happen. first, he will be read the formal charges and from court documents that is 12 counts of first-degree murder and numerous attempts of first-degree murder and numerous counts around the boo booby-trapped apartment me left. and also they will decide if the notebook to the psychiatrist is privileged and the defense will argument to unseal some of the documents in the case that have been sealed. as soon as he is out here, we will be ou
apartment...///. weapons... that officers... say... he... planned to use... to... carry out... a mass shooting...//. prescott... became... a person of interest... after... he... phoned... in threats... at his former workplace...///. but... charges... have not been filed..../ legal... experts say... that's because... the government is being careful. 34:04 to make sure they bring the right charges and most provable charges. the last thing you want to do is bring charges and not have it stick in a case like this. so i think the prosecutor is working closely with the police both at the state and federal level to decide what charges are appropriate what they can prove and it's not a that clear in a case like this 3 :23 attorney's and psychologists... agree ... the... next couple of days... are going to play a key role... in... how this case is handled...//. tonight... prescott continues... to undergo... a mental evaluation. 3 in... his... second court appearance.../ accused... shooter ...james holmes... faced... formal charges today... in... the... colorado... m
's all for us tonight. >>> this was -- had not -- had never been done here before. >> what he's referring to is this. a black couple getting married in their church. >> he had people in the sanctuary that was pitching a fit. >> just 48 hours before saying "i do," the church bans the wedding. the couple joins us live tonight. >>> and laughter in the midst of pain. an emotional interview with the parents of a colorado shooting victim. >> we're already moving into celebration mode for alex sullivan, and nobody's ever going to forget him. >>> then a first for the u.s. and the olympics. >>> hello. i'm in tonight for don lemon. let's get you up to speed on some of the day's headlines. the colorado suspect linked to that massed shooting spree back in court in just a couple of hours. james holmes expected to be formally charged with 12 counts of first-degree murder. 58 others were injured. court documents filed friday showed holmes was a patient of university of colorado's psychiatrist before the attack. a live report from the courthouse is just ahead. >>> this is jerusalem. the old city republic
so and select the timing in accordance with the government of israel. >> you know that every u.s. president since '67, since the six-day war in 1967, behind you in the old city of jerusalem, you see the beautiful walls there, and we're not far away. but the line was in front of the old walls. but since then every president from nixon to lbj, carter, ronald reagan, bushes, president clinton, now obama considers east jerusalem, including the old city behind you to be occupied territory. not part of israel. would you change that? >> i'm not going to talk about the borders. the decision as to where the borders would be as we move to a two-state solution, which i support. that's a decision on borders that will be worked out by israelis and the palestinians. i hope it's a process which is ongoing and ultimately successful. as to the exact negotiation in borders, i'll leave that to the deciding parties themselves. >> you just visited the western wall. one of the oldest sites in jerusalem. we saw the pictures, the video. do you consider that to be part of israel? >> it is certainly part
and the nature of the care he received from the psychiatrist. >> okay. thank you, jim. he will bring us any information as it happens there. >>> and now to india which is hit with one of the worst blackouts in a decade. we are talking about staggering numbers of 350 million people across the northern part of the country left in the dark essentially in sweltering summer heat which is more than the entire population of the united states. that is right. that is how many people. at least 300 trains were stranded when the power grid gave out overnight. >>> and north korea reported that 88 people are dead and more than 60,000 left homeless after torrential rains. rains have been destroying buildings and crops. humanitarian groups are working within the country and they are saying that people are now severely mall nourish and the rain is continuing to fall today. >>> mitt romney talking tough on iran. he pledges unwavering support for israel, and he promises to move the american embassy to jerusalem. romney has wrapped up the visit to israel, and he is now in poleland, and that is the final leg on
candidate. governor romney, thanks so much for joining us, in jerusalem. what a beautiful city. i'm sure you've been moved by what you've seen so far. >> it's a holy city, a city of a great and courageous people. my wife and i first came here in 1995 and have been here four times now. we're moved and inspired by what we see here. >> do you consider jerusalem to be the capital? >> yes, of course. jew res l >> would you move the embassy to jerusalem? >> it's long been the policy of have the nation's embassy in the capital. if i were president, i would want to take it in consultation with the leadership of the government, which exists at that time. so i would follow the same policy we have in the past. our embassy would be in the capital. but the timing of that is something i would want to work out with the government. >> with the government of israel? >> with the government of israel. >> but every government has asked them to recognize them. >> well, that would make the decision easy, but i would still want the communication with the government leaders. >> just to be precise. if you were presi
winners for the u.s., many of them with us along with a big crowd of fans. >> you get the feeling the olympic park is now open to the public, if you missed that. the swimmers are dominating, winning eight medals in the first two days. gold was won by dana vollmer. savannah was there and got her reaction after the race. that had to be exciting. >> yes. my voice is hoarse from screaming so loud. she did so great, broke a world record. we'll catch up with her. and the men's gymnastics team have never won team all-around in a nonboycotted games. they are entering tonight in first place. and that surprise drama on the women's side with jordyn wieber is coming up. >> also, a woman you may have seen during the opening ceremony making headlines worldwide. we are not talking about the queen, but the mustry woman who crashed the parade of nations walking right alongside the indian flag bearer. details on who she is and how she ended up in the stadium that night. >> and later on, if there were a gold medal for humiliation, we'll know who won it. today at the track to try the olympic sport of
forward and speak. the interpreter will interpret for us. please come forward. we want to hear what you have to say. >> [speaking a foreign language] >> good evening. i am one of the pda members in the visitation valley. >> [speaking a foreign language] >> i would like to express my appreciation for the last year and a half. there have been many meetings that enhance our understanding and communication with the police. there are also more policemen stationed around the library and some of the schoolyards. recently, this summer, we had several cases of homicides. the news has now reached us in a proper way. it created a lot of panic on the part of the residents. we understand that the police are under pressure and have a lot of work to do, but we also would like to be informed properly, with the proper information, so that we can be at ease with the situation. moreover, for example, tonight's meeting, we did not learn from any kind of poster or announcement, but from mrs. chen. we'd like to see more of this going on, that we get public notification for any kind of activities. >> thank yo
have to do right by us. they told me yesterday that if i did not turn in, i would be filed with federal charges and now i am a criminal. imagine that? all i did was stand up for what was right. i did what was right by my community. my mother is a pioneer of bayview hunters point. people of color, we are not getting our just due with the witness protection program. they need to step up their game, and when you tell somebody you are going to do something, you need to step up and do it. >> i concur with you, sheila. i know your sons and the ins did you are speaking up. we have the housing authority, city attorney, and i just lost focus for the of what i wanted to say. we have been basing this for years. homicide's written for other projects. people come forward. they had no relocation. that is when kamela harris was here. you on the to step up to the plate. how much money are we spending in prevention and homicide? all of these services they spoke of, crn and all that, what does that mean, when dcyf is coming around looking for everybody? when you look at the homicides, you spend about $1
, labor, maritime uses, and the environment. the board intends to appoint this in august and we look forward to working closely with the port. the warriors are under a specific time line if they are open -- able to open this a win in 2017 and that is why we are rushing to form a cac to advise and give feedback on this project. we are putting this resolution force today. the resolution also states our intention to have regular hearings once a month and also that every six months that we would receive a project update from city staff, the warriors, and the cac, so we can hear from the public as well. the rest i submit. >> thank you. supervisor wiener. supervisor wiener: submit. >> thank you. president chiu: on her behalf and per correspondence, the clerk of our board has advised -- is introducing a motion to establish a process in accordance with charter section 15.105 for the misconduct meetings. the court has provided counsel. the motion will be placed on our adoption without committee reference portion of our agenda next week. where -- we are free to discuss it next week and demand
us about that, alicia. >> reporter: yeah. judge william sylvester will also address the motions by the defense as well as by the media. 20 media organizations including fox news are requesting that records relating to the case be unsealed arguing that the public has a legitimate interest in knowing what actions were taken by multiple officials in the case including information relating to dr. lynn fenton. she is a psychiatrist at the university of colorado medical center, who according to court documents was treating holmes and to whom he sent a package. fox and other news outlets said that package contained a notebook which holmes reportedly dei would at that the killings. the defense has filed a motion that package be turned over immediately. bill: a lot to go through. alicia acuna thank you. the deeper it gets. more coming up on the story. holmes would potentially face hundreds of charges today. plus what about his behavior in and outside of the courtroom? is it an act? our panel will debate that. heather. heather: three of the victims were laid to recent over the weekend in
the people who used the beach. of course, my introduction to java beach house coffee shop at the time. so we went through some intense -- ed dpw, and want to thank the staff that continues to be here. mohammed nuru, you have got it now, but i think we have moved a lot of sand already. and what we did in those earlier years, at least to me, was to begin on what we could do to contribute to a larger picture, and this is what i got introduced to, the germans -- the tremendous diversity of people and activities that are taking place along our ocean with these new -- the zoo across the street, the ocean waters, the dog walkers, the kite gliders. people love walking our national parks. seniors, elders, and a diverse communities. and, of course, people who fish once in awhile, too. we also realized it was a we also realĂ­p30 on as a great highway, infrastructure for our public utilities commission. certainly fantastic in very important transportation infrastructure to get in and out of our wonderful parks. it is a link. and it is our ocean for the city. it is our touch of the ocean in is such a re
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